How to Write When Everything Goes Wrong

01/01/2017 - 01/28/2017

Multi-published author Allie Pleiter kept a career up and running during the serious illness of her son as well as several other life challenges.  Pleiter shares practical strategies for not only protecting your creativity and productivity when calamity threatens to strangle your muse, but deciding whether to speak or write about your experience or factor it in to your next novel.


About the Presenter, Allie Pleiter:

An avid knitter, BBC Television geek and French macaron enthusiast, Allie Pleiter has written both fiction and non-fiction during more than one family disaster.  The enthusiastic but slightly untidy bestselling author of over two dozen books, Allie spends her days writing, buying yarn, and finding new ways to avoid housework.  Allie hails from Connecticut, moved to the midwest to attend Northwestern University, and currently lives outside Chicago, Illinois.  The “dare from a friend” to begin writing has produced a fourteen-year career with over one million books sold.  In addition to writing, Allie regularly speaks on faith, the creative process, women’s issues, and time management for writers. 


Cost: Members:20/Non-Members: 30

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